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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-15-2003, 09:28 AM Thread Starter
 
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im geting redey to get a lift soon for my 84 4x, i have 35 mickey thompson mtxs on the way and im just kinda stusk betwen a 4 and 6 inch suspenchon lift i know its onley a 2 inch difrence and eather way i go im gona get raer springs, from what iv hears thay will fit under a 4 inch lift but i want to be shure thares room for them to move under thare, id rather just get a 6 but thay seem a fare amount more expenseve and what im reading sounds like id need to lower my transfer cace and do more work on the stering, its a daley driver and i mostley just go out on the weekends, nothing to majer, just wondering if the 4 inch needs as mutch ajustment to the stering and drive angels

oh and are theys mtxs good tiers or about the same as street tiers, im getint them in a trade, i was gona get bfg mut tiers but he ordered theys

thanks for saving me some not worth the time work on my front axel shorts
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Re: lift kit qwesgen

You'll need to cut the front fenders if you run 35s on 4" of lift. You can still get the 35s to rub with 6" if you try hard.

If you don't mind cutting then 4" is the way to go. You won't have driveshaft problems and your steering can be fixed by a 4" raised steering arm.
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